Healthcare Mobile App Solutions

We Create Mobile Apps for Hospitals and Physician Practices

Today’s consumer relies on their mobile phone to get information quickly and get back to the task at hand. They use it to find a location, a phone number, see a location before they arrive, get a map, get directions, to contact and to be contacted.
By 2020, 90 percent of the world’s population who are over 6 years old will have a mobile phone. Smartphones make up the majority of mobile broadband devices today and subscriptions are expected to more than double by 2020. While mobile phones were once used primarily for voice communication, they are now used to access a wide range of services. As their capabilities continue to widen, they will be increasingly used for tasks that were once only performed by computers.
- Ericsson Mobility Report: Q3 2014

Hospital and Physician-Based Mobile Apps

An HDI mobile app for a hosptial, a physician group, or physician practice can help you serve your patients by:

  • Providing information about your facilities, staff and physicians
  • Helping patients learn about your services
  • Allowing patients to contact your facilities
  • Allowing patients to locate your facilities

Just as importantly, our apps let you communicate directly with your patients. Through push notifications, an HDI mobile app allows you to contact your patients, unobtrusively providing them with important information such as:

  • Upcoming screenings
  • Upcoming events
  • New physicians on staff
  • New services
  • Appointment Reminders

You can contact all patients with your app simultaneously. The possibilities are endless.

Best of all, we work with you to customize your app and then we take it from there...We manage push notifications, address changes, phone number changes, new physician updates, physician information changes, new facility updates, calendar updates, analytics, App Store submissions, bug fixes, and changes due to operating system updates. You get of all the functionality and none of the maintenance hassle.